Loyola University Maryland

Department of Communication

Media Laboratories and Classrooms

WLOY-Radio Station, Bellarmine Hall

Equipment: 4 main studios (On Air, Production, Recording A & B) with 3 additional news workstations in the main room and a Voicetracking/Scheduling workstation in the music library. Equipment includes 2 LPB Dynamax Audio Consoles, Digidesign Digi002 Mixer, 2 Digidesign Digi002 Racks, 4 Digidesign MBox2, 7 JK Audio Innkeeper Digital Hybrids, three Henry StudioDrive, Misc. Aphex audio processors, Broadcast Warehouse DSP-X processors, Orban Optimod PC 1100 encoder/processors, 7 Apple iMac workstations, 2 Apple Mac Mini, 2 Apple XServe, 3 IBM x345 Server, JK Audio SportMix, BeyerDynamic Headsets, Microphones from Heil, Groove Tubes and Studio Projects and more.

Software: Apple OSX, Windows XP Professional, Parallels, Digidesign ProTools, Waves Platinum Pack, Jockey Pro, Adobe Audition, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Contribute, and more.

Supervisor: John Devecka, WLOY Radio Manager 

Assistance: 410-617-5349 or 410-617-5555

Access restricted to students currently enrolled in classes that meet in the station, staff members of WLOY-Radio, communication faculty, administrators,and others authorized by supervisor.

Darby Major
Students

Darby

Loyola’s Jesuit values helped Darby find her true passion of public health writing and communication

Communication, Writing
Video editing keyboard
Academic Programs

Communication major

Communication majors learn how to adapt to new technologies, gain critical firsthand experience working with clients, and can specialize in advertising/public relations, digital media, journalism, or media and society.